This week’s news update is brought to you by Prince Altidor ’23, a student who has built a workable DIY soil sensor out of a few wires, a few nuts and bolts, and some serious coding. The code is made up of digitally printed percentages of moisture content in dirt or silt, ranging from 0-600. It may not be the most accurate, but it shows when the range is too high to low and just about ideal with a line of LED’S. It also features a pump that turns on quickly when there isn’t enough water in the container and shuts off when there is. That’s it for this week’s update.